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The regions in which Nova Scotians choose to live are mostly ours to decide; be it in an urban setting such as a town or city, or like me, in a rural area. Nova...
Editor’s note: The following open letter was sent to the Premier of Nova Scotia and relevant ministers. Dear Premier Houston and Honourable Cabinet Ministers; The Offshore Alliance congratulates you all on...
This is an open letter to all federal political party leaders from Doctors for Decriminalization, a group of physicians calling for the decriminalization of drugs in favour of a health based approach to substance use.
There is something I am guilty of… I forgot how beautiful the Antigonish harbour is, but going for a kayak the other morning, I was abruptly reminded. The cormorants, the seagulls, and the eagles...
To the people of Mi’kma’ki (Nova Scotia): We would like to extend our gratitude to the applicants—respected wildlife biologist Bob Bancroft and local environmental group Eastern Shore Forest Watch Association—for standing up for Nova...
We are raising our glasses to Lenore Zann, Kody Blois, Sean Fraser, our local Members of Parliament, who helped protect hundreds of Canadian wineries and thousands of jobs Over the past two decades, the...
On July 17 Premier Rankin called for an election to be held later this month. My curious mind asks why such timing? When something as important to Nova Scotians as electing its government is...
“Nothing is so admirable in politics as a short memory.” —John Kenneth Galbraith. On Oct. 22, 2013, the new Liberal government of Nova Scotia was sworn in, and among other things, the political rebranding...
I was very saddened to read about my beloved veterinarian, Dr. Van Zwol in an article that was published in the July 14 edition of The Reporter under the headline “Local veterinarian agrees to retire, sell practice.”
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s (TRC) final report is the carefully documented response of Canada’s First Nations to the 1969 White Paper of former Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau. In it, Trudeau proposed...




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